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... host family baked themselves!
I am really going to miss the food here, mostly the treats we eat at tea time (which sometimes is twice a day!). lamingtons are another favorite of mine, they are like white cake dipped in some kind of frosting then rolled in coconut flakes. The Cheesemite rolls from the local bakery which Tristan and I treat ourselves to quite often, Weet-Bix for breakfast, and meat pies. I am hoping to somehow find these at home or ever try recreating them!
... been fun. Its amazing all the different people that have joined the cruise for whatever reason, a relative or even just a holiday. There are those with a direct link to someone at Gallipoli and those who just wanted to do the trip. There are quite a few families and groups and the ages range from 7 weeks to 92 years and everything inbetween. I would probably sum up the people on board as eclectic. ...
In addition to the many cultural exhibits and art museums Melbourne is the only city in the world that has five sport stadiums and three with retractable roofs all on the fringe of the CBD. The Australians do love their sports. Central Business District (CBD) is Australian for Downtown or City Center.
Walking around Melbourne you really see what a melting pot of culture the city is. Several times we noted the different languages and ...
Early this morning, Joanne and I started trading emails about my GGG Grandparents marriage (in 1859 in an "Independent" Church - - she was Catholic and he Lutheran). I went online and found in on Malvern St In nearby Prahran. So, later in the day Chris, Jake and Joanne and I picked me up and we drove over there, down Chapel St where John Shcnellan Pfeil's bakery used to be (now a busy shopping district). ...
... We’ve had some long discussions with various Australians who all have strong opinions about land management and fire risk - up North in Undarra they control burn every 2 years, whereas down South they don’t and they seem to have terrible fires. It’s a thorny issue out here.
We arrived with a big storm cloud - this is the mountains after all so the weather is pretty variable. The Snowys claim the highest peak in Australia - Mount Kosciuszko ...